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    : Jamia Hamdard Prospectus – 2019 :

    Jamia Hamdard (Deemed to be University under Section 3 of UGC Act 1956)

    Established 1989

    2019-20

    Accredited by NAAC in Grade ‘A’

    Amongst top 20 Universities of India

    Ranked 1st in Pharmacy and 15th in Medical Education amongst the

    institutions in India, as per NIRF-2019 ranking

    www.jamiahamdard.edu

    http://www.jamiahamdard.edu/

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    : Jamia Hamdard Prospectus – 2019 :

    C O N T E N T S

    S.No. Particulars

    1. Jamia Hamdard Administration

    2. Programs of Study

    3. Academic Staff

    4. Schools of Jamia Hamdard

    4.1 Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research

    4.2 School of Unani Medical Education and Research

    4.3 School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research

    4.4 School of Nursing Sciences and Allied Health

    4.5 School of Chemical & Life Sciences

    4.6 School of Interdisciplinary Sciences and Technology

    4.7 School of Engineering Sciences & Technology

    4.8 School of Humanities & Social Sciences

    4.9 School of Management & Business Studies

    4.10 Hamdard Institute of Legal Studies and Research 4.11 School of Open and Distance Learning

    5 General Information and Admission Guidelines

    6 Reservation Policy of Jamia Hamdard

    7 Fee Concession, Scholarships and Fellowships

    8 Fee for Academic Year 2019-20

    9 Activities and Facilities for Students

    10 Jamia Hamdard Residential Coaching Academy

    11 Important Dates

    12 Contacts

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    : Jamia Hamdard Prospectus – 2019 :

    About Jamia Hamdard

    'Committed to excellence in higher education’

    Jamia Hamdard (JH) was declared as a deemed-to-be University by the Govt. of India in

    1989 on the recommendation of University Grants Commission (UGC) under the UGC Act

    1956 in recognition of the services provided by erstwhile educational institutes established by

    the Hamdard National Foundation (HNF). These institutes, built over a period of time,

    included the Hamdard College of Pharmacy, Hamdard Tibbi College, Rufaida College of

    Nursing, the Institute of History of Medicine & Medical Research, and Indian Institute of

    Islamic Studies.

    Jamia Hamdard was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Shri Rajiv Gandhi on

    August 1, 1989, who in his inspiring inaugural address applauded the efforts of Hakeem

    Abdul Hameed Saheb, the Founder, for setting up a number of institutions of learning which

    were finally merged to form a “Deemed to be University” namely Jamia Hamdard. In the

    words of Shri Rajiv Gandhi, “This will enable minority to go forward and help India to march

    forward”.

    Spread over a sprawling green campus of about 100 acres, located on a prime piece of land in

    South Delhi, JH has ten Schools including a medical college, two hospitals – a 750 bedded

    modern medicine hospital and another 150 bedded Unani medicine hospital – on its campus.

    It has a big library, archive centre, separate hostels for girls and boys, gymnasium, a large

    playground, residential quarters for the staff, and also an off-campus in Kannur, Kerala.

    The University has been maintaining a steady progress in all facets in its existence of 30

    years and is both nationally and internationally recognized for the quality of teaching and

    research. The overall progress in this period has been excellent in terms of infrastructure and

    maintaining the standards which is evident from the placement records, high quality of

    research, publications and patents. Jamia Hamdard is among top 20 universities of India and

    ranked 1st in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences and its medical college is ranked 15th by the

    Govt. of India (NIRF-2019 ranking). JH is perhaps the only privately funded University to

    get funding under the DST's PURSE (Promotion for University Research in Science and

    Engineering) Grant. Jamia Hamdard was placed at 2nd rank in i10 values and 5 th in i100 values

    as per SCOPUS dataset of all the Institutes that were awarded the DST PURSE grant. The

    publications of Jamia Hamdard have received >16 citations/paper, perhaps the 2nd highest in

    India. The h-index of Jamia Hamdard is more than 100 and i100 is 100. About 38% of all our

    publications have been cited at least 10 times according SCOPUS database. JH has a close

    relationship with DRDO and joint research between Jamia Hamdard and INMAS-DRDO has

    led to development of pharmaceutical products which are being used by defense forces. The

    High Powered Committee established by the Government of India to identify “Institutions of

    National Eminence” has recommended Jamia Hamdard among the top 6 universities in the

    private sector.

    The University follows a unique 3-Tier selection system for faculty appointments and in

    recent selections candidates from Johns Hopkins Universoty, US-Ivy League Institutions,

    National University of Singapore, IIT, IIM have accepted and joined as faculty members.

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    : Jamia Hamdard Prospectus – 2019 :

    The Founder

    The Founder-Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard, Hakeem Abdul

    Hameed, a renowned physician of the Unani system of medicine

    served the poorest of the poors and also had global dignitaries

    and personalities such as Prince Charles of England as his

    patient. Hakeem Saheb was a philanthropist who always had

    public service as his driving force. He set up a complex of

    educational institutions over a period of time which finally got

    amalgamated in Jamia Hamdard in 1989.

    The first institute that was built on the piece of land in

    Tughlaqabad, which today houses a number of Schools of the

    University was the Institute of History of Medicine and Medical

    Research. The foundation stone of this institute was laid on

    November 15, 1962 by the then Prime Minister of India, Pandit

    Jawaharlal Nehru, the building was inaugurated by Mrs. Indira

    Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India in 70s. The Great Hakeem Saheb also set up several

    other institutes which include the Hamdard National Foundation, Hamdard Education

    Society, Hamdard Study Circle, Hamdard Public School, Ghalib Academy, the Centre for

    South Asian Studies, and Business & Employment Bureau.

    Hakeem Abdul Hameed was conferred the Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan by the

    Government of India, awarded the Avicenna Award by the erstwhile USSR in 1983, and was

    nominated as honorary member of the Academy of Medical Science, Iran. He served as

    Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University. In October 2000, the Research Centre for Islamic

    History, Art and Culture (IRCICA) Istanbul, Turkey, presented IRCICA Award to him

    posthumously for Patronage in Preservation of Cultural Heritage and Promotion of

    Scholarship. Hakeem Abdul Hameed was a true follower of Islam in letter and spirit and

    strongly believed in “And spend in the cause of Allah and do good, for He loves those who

    do good for others” – Al Quran, 2:195.

    (14th Sept. 1908 - July 22, 1999)

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    : Jamia Hamdard Prospectus – 2019 :

    Chancellor

    Dr. Habil Khorakiwala

    The Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard, is a keen disciple of ‘Change

    Management’. Dr. Habil Khorakiwala has single-mindedly steered

    Wockhardt in becoming the first true multinational healthcare

    group from India. His visionary and astute leadership resulted in

    Wockhardt emerging as a leading pharmaceutical and biotech

    conglomerate, driven by research and strategic thinking on a global

    scale.

    Dr. Habil Khorakiwala is the Founder Chairman & Group CEO of Wockhardt Limited, a

    company he founded in the early 1960s. He holds a Masters in Pharmaceutical Science from

    Purdue University, and has participated in an Advanced Management Programme at Harvard

    Business School, USA. He is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Purdue

    University, USA. He has been past President of FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of

    Commerce & Industry) and President of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA), the

    organisation of research-based pharmaceutical companies in India. Beside he has been the

    Member of the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council set up by Dr. Manmohan

    Singh, then Prime Minister of India. He was nominated by Government of India to the

    National Managing Committee, Indian Red Cross Society, nominated by the Prime Minister

    of India to the Advisory Board of CSIR [Council of Scientific and Industrial Research] in

    New Delhi, Member of Board of Trade instituted by the Government of India under the

    Ministry of Commerce & Industry and nominated by the Government of India as member of

    the Board of Directors of NIPER (National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and

    Research).

    Dr. Khorakiwala has received many prestigious

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